Kasich signs Senate Bill 310 into law

Legislation puts two-year freeze on renewable energy requirements.
Scott Seitz2
Jun 21, 2014

 

Gov. John Kasich recently signed Senate Bill 310 into law.

"Basically, this bill puts the brakes on a bill that was passed in 2008 that required 22 percent of all energy had to come from renewables by the year 2025," State Rep. Terry Boose (R-Norwalk) said.

Renewable energy comes from sources including wind and solar.

Senate Bill 301's passage puts a two-year freeze on that process.

"The economy has changed since 2008, so we want to take a look to see if the bill passed in 2008 was a good decision or whether we need to adjust it," Boose said.

 

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